Friday 10 July 2020

A drive-in cinema is coming to one of the most stunning venues in the Cotswolds

See an impressive line-up of films with a stunning backdrop, as The Luna Drive In Cinema comes to Blenheim Palace in the Cotswolds, this July 2020.

An impressive outdoor cinema experience is coming to the Cotswolds, from Monday 6 July 2020, as The Luna Drive In Cinema arrives at Blenheim Palace in nearby Oxfordshire.

The stunning location will provide the backdrop for hit movies like Back to the Future, Dirty Dancing and Sister Act, as well as cult classics including Romeo + Juliet and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. There’s even a singalong screening of Grease.

The socially distanced screenings all benefit from state-of-the-art technology with what organisers say is ‘the country’s highest definition outdoor LED screens’ and in-car sound through personal wireless speakers, plus waiters on skates and scooters will deliver oven-baked pizzas, fresh popcorn and drinks ordered remotely using an app.

For an extra special treat, movie-goers can pre-order hampers including retro sweets and even a cheese board to collect on arrival.

The Luna Cinema’s founder George Wood said: ‘We’ve managed to make every aspect of the event fully compliant with social distancing regulations, from the way they tickets are scanned through to the provision of food and drink, audiences can attend our drive in screenings with confidence, and return to one of the things we’ve all been missing most in lockdown – enjoying a great film on a giant screen under the stars.

For more information and to book tickets for The Luna Drive In Cinema screeings at Blenheim Palace, visit

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Monday 01 June 2020

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